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>> maybe we need to come up with do you know what it's like a castration bill. to be raped? y'all come up with crazy bills. maybe we need to come up with a i would love to open up your castration bill. minds and see what's inside. you come up with crazy bills. >> the most restrictive law >> presidential democratic passes in alabama. candidates weighed in. it could be the toughest elizabeth warren called it dangerous and cruel. challenge to roe v. wade. the state department gillibrand saying for ordering nonemergency personnel politicians who claim to care out of iraq. about humanity, they don't have the latest trouble as the u.s. much of it. deals with threats from iran. the u.s. state department the president says we are urging american citizens to not winning the trade war. is there a strategy to help travel to iraq due to terrorism, american farmers who are growing kidnapping and armed conflict. officials are ordering desperate? >> i deserve to know what is on nonemergency government employees to leave the region, the airplane. >> i don't disagree. this is amid mounting tensions >> pilots have concerns for a with iran. boeing executive after the first crash of the 737 max. cnn confirmed sending 100,000 why weren't changes made sooner? troops to the middle east to hear the newly uncovered audio. counter iran was discussed. good morning and welcome to here is what president trump had to say about it on tuesday. "early start." i'm boris sanchez. >> would i do that? >> i'm christine romans. absolutely. we have not planned for that. it is wednesday, may 15th. hopefully we are not going to
it is 5:00 a.m. a near, total have to plan for that. if we did that, we would send a ban of abortion on the verge of lot more troops than that. >> two u.s. officials described becoming law in alabama. the meeting as a measure driven setting up what may be the supreme court battle that tests by an interest in being ready for anything. roe versus wade. let's go live to tehran and this bill would punish doctors bring in frederik pleitgen. who perform abortion with life we know the u.s. is concerned in prison. there are exceptions for serious about iranian backed militias. health risks for the mother. how are they responding to the no exceptions for rape. no exceptions for incest. potential plan to send hundreds of thousands of troops into that lawmakers and supporters of the bill make no secret of their region? >> reporter: hi, boris. larger goal. the iranians are continuing to >> is this goal designed, in any say, they don't want an way, to go to the supreme court? >> it is designed in every way escalation, but they are ready. to do just that. >> the first time in 46 years that make up on the supreme the embassy personnel in iraq, i court changed where there's spoke to a senior commander, he possibly enough conservatives on said, look, one of the things there who believe roe v. wade is the u.s. needs to remember, there is an escalation that incorrectly decided. i'vy has sn takes place. the iranians don't only have ballistic missiles they have been working on, but they also the previously aligned herself have militia's around almost with anti-abortion forgss.
every military base in the region. the bill is condemned by alabama that, of course, would include democrats. iraq as well. >> republicans, you, y'all used he said those militia's could to say we want the government out of our life. cause serious problems for the we want them out of our u.s. a warning there from the business. iranians. at the same time, the supreme we want them out of our bedroom. leader of iran came out and said y'all, you want them out of your there absolutely wouldn't be a bedroom, now you're in my womb. war with the united states. he said, quote, that iran would i want you out. continue to resist and outblast >> i apologize to the women of america here in this region. alabama for this archaic law we an interesting tidbit from last passed. a state that will allow them to night, there would not be negotiations at this time with be raped and the fact they have the trump administration. he believes the trump to carry that child. >> the aclu and planned administration is trying to coerce iran into submission. parenthood will challenge the that is not something the measure in court as it becomes iranians are up for. law. nine states passed laws with boris? >> we have heard from sources president trump wants to strike similar measures in seven a deal. states, including alabama where he wants to go to the the senate had emotionally negotiating table. with e e charged moments. we'll see how they respond. >> do you know what it's like to stocks tuesday, rebounding be raped? >> no, ma'am, i don't. from monday's sell off. >> do you know what it's like to
the s&p 500 ended .8 higher. have a relative commit incest. nasdaq up 1.1%. president trump claims we are winning the trade war. sources close to the white house say there's no strategy or path forward. a stark difference from the image the president is trying to craft. >> we are having a little squabble with china. i think it's going to turn out extremely well. you know what? you want to know something? you want to know something? we always win. >> on tuesday, the president traveled to louisiana to speak at a liquefied natural gas facility coming online this week. one of the steps beijing took monday was increase tariffs on it to 25%, which will slow demand. at the same time, exporters are trying to figure what it means for businesses. farmers are being badly hurt. soybeans are at a ten-year low.
>> it's like when you leave a restaurant because you got bad service. maybe they fixed the problem, but you found a new restaurant you like. it's hard to get that business back once we lose it. >> we are feeling it in schools and main street. farmers are not making money. gets dire out here in rural america. >> this is planting season when farmers plan to plant corn or soybeans. the chinese president said this, no civilization is superior over others, adding the inclination to remold or replace other civilizations are just stupid. a message for the americans. >> definitely. it appears donald trump jr. will be back testifying on capitol hill. the president's eldest son reaching a deal. don jr. will testify behind closed doors in mid june. they issued a subpoena after
talks when don jr.'s lawyers broke down. it will be 2-4 hours and limited to five or six topics. questions covering the june trump tower meeting are on the table. >> follow up questions are limited as well. he's testified before three committees. >> my son spent, i guess over 20 hours testifying about something that mueller said was 100% okay. now, they want him to testify again. i don't know why. i have no idea why, but it seems very unfair to me. >> the mueller report revealed inconsistencies with past testimony. he threatened to defy the subpoena or take the fifth. mike pompeo is back in washington to brief president trump on the talks with vladimir putin. the secretary of state delivered a message about interfering in the 2020 election.
i said it as clearly as i could. so, yes, i think so. by the way, we have another election in the middle of that. we had one in 2018 where we had good success, making sure we kept the election safe and secure and free from interference. i don't think he could be -- >> matthew chance is live from moscow with the latest dwopmentes. pompeo taking the message to vladimir putin. the russians deny meddling ever took place. >> reporter: yeah, i mean he thinks his message got through. again, that public denial was prominent, both on the russian president, vladimir putin and the foreign minister, sergey lavrov. look, we have seen all these allegations of election meddling and collusion and they are essentially fake, they are fake
news. they used the exact terminology president trump used repeatedly to describe them, despite the fact multiple russians have been indicted for the hacking of emails and, of course, the attempts to sew social discord. we'll see how that pans out in 2020. certainly, mike pompeo said if there is meddling in 2020, that's going to lead the relationship between washington and moscow to a worse place than it is now. other issues, pompeo saying he hopes it is a step toward building a better relationship. when they sat together and listed the things they talked about, the war in syria, having to do with north korea and iran and increasing escalations there. arms control became clear that there may be a will to build a better relationship. it's a fine common ground.
the truth is, these two countries are fundamentally opposed on the issues. that's going to be a problem. >> interesting that president trump really hasn't confronted vladimir putin the way officials in his administration have. thank you. did an accused war criminal get a job as a ride share driver? what a cnn investigation found. pnc bank has technology to help a pnc business line of credit, because sometimes inner peace requires a little external soundproofing. or pnc total auto. a place online to easily find and finance the right car for you. and your passengers. or pnc home insight, to search for a new house within your budget. hopefully with a grass yard.
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law in the country passing in alabama. it could be the toughest challenge to roe versus wade, yet. the state department ordering nonemergency personnel out of iraq. the latest regional trouble as the u.s. deals with threats from iran. >> the president says we are winning the trade war. is there a strategy to help american farmer who is are growing desperate? >> deserve to know what is on their airplanes. >> i don't disagree. pilots have concerns for a boeing executive after the first krat crash of the boeing 737. why weren't changes made? welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> i'm boris sanchez. we have breaking news overnight. a near total ban on abortion on the verge of becoming law in alabama. setting up what may be the supreme court battle that tests row versus wade.
it punishes doctors who perform abortions to life in prison. there are exceptions to serious health risks to mothers. lawmakers and supporters of the bill have not made a secret of the larger goal. >> is this bill designed, in any way, to go to the supreme court? or how is it designed? >> it's designed in every way to do just that. >> this is the first time in 46 years that the make up on the supreme court changed where there's possibly enough conservatives to believe roe v. wade was incorrectly decided. >> she's aligned herself with anti-abortion forces in the past. last night's vote condemned by all democrats. >> republicans, you, y'all, used to say we want the government out of our life. we want them out of our business. we want them out of our bedroom.
y'all, out of my bedroom. now you in my womb. i want you out. >> i apologize to the women of alabama for this archaic law we passed. a state that will allow them to be raped and the fact they have to carry that child. >> the aclu and planned parenthood will challenge the measure in court, if it becomes law. nine states passed laws were abortion restrictions. similar measures are pending in alabama where the senate had emotionally charged moments. watch this. >> do you know what it's like to be raped? >> no, ma'am, i don't. >> do you know what it's like to have a relative commit insist on you? >> on me? no, ma'am. >> yes, on you. maybe we need to come up with a castration bill. you come up with crazy bills.
i would love to open up your minds and see what's inside. >> democratic candidates quick to denounce the vote. elizabeth warren calling it dangerous and cruel. gillibrand tweeted, politicians that claim to care so much about humanity, they don't have much of it. the u.s. state department urging u.s. citizens not to travel to iraq due to terrorism, kidnapping and armed conflict. they are ordering them to leave the region. this comes amid mounting tensions with iran. let's go live to tehran and bring in frederik pleitgen. a recent escalation of rhetoric with the united states has to do with iranian backed militias in iraq. how are they responding to the news in tehran about the state department warning american citizens not to go near there? >> reporter: hi, boris. yeah, the iranians are saying they don't want an escalation with the united states in this
conflict that is heating up. on the other hand, they said if there is an escalation, their armed forces, as they put it, would respond. interesting because late last night, i spoke to a former commander from the military and he said look, one of the things the americans need to keep in mind, if there is an escalation, iran does control militias in almost all the neighboring countries. next to almost every american military base, there is a militia and it could get very, very dangerous. the u.s. presence involving iraq as well. iran's supreme leader putting the brakes on things saying categorically, there will be no war with the united states. iran will continue to resist the u.s. he believes america will retreat from a conflict with iran, but says there will be no negotiations with the trump administration.
>> we know president trump is not shy about meeting with controversial leaders and sources indicated he would be willing to talk to the iranians. we'll see what happens. the trade war with china is keeping investors on their toes. stocks rebounding. it closed up 207 points. nasdaq finished up 1.1%. president trump claims the u.s. is winning the trade war. sources close to the white house says there's no strategy or path forward here. it's a stark difference from the image the president is crafting. >> we are having a little squabble with china. i think it's going to turn out extremely well. you know what? you want to know something? you want to know something? we always win. >> on tuesday, trump traveled to louisiana to speak at a liquefied natural gas export facility coming online this week built in response to increased
demand from china. one of the steps beijing took was to increase tariffs to 25% which exports warned could slow demand. exporters try to figure out what tariffs mean for businesses. prizes are now at a ten-year low for soybeans. >> when you leave a restaurant because you got bad service. maybe they fixed the problem, but you found a new restaurant you liked. it's hard to get that business back once you lose it. >> the role of communities. we are feeling it in schools and main street, farmers are not making money. it's getting dire. >> planting season for corn and soybean. they cherry pick all kind of egg groups. new this morning, chinese president said this, no civilization is superior over others and added this, the inclination to replace other civilizations are just stupid. maybe a warning for the united
states. let's bring in cnn politics zach wolf, live in washington. it strikes me, among many things, the chinese have been bad actors in trade for 30 or 40 years, right? you can understand that china is the bad guy here. also, disagree with tariffs as the tool to get them to the table, right? the white house has set up this contrast for 2020, the democrats are the socialists. but you have a republican administration that is redistributing wealth from consumers to farmers, talking about taxpayer bailouts for the farm industry, picking winners and losers in the biggest capitalistic market in the world. isn't that a contradiction? >> they did that already. when the tariffs were first implemented, they used republicans in congress helped them, a multibillion dollar bailout for farmers.
because of this new tax, we call them tariffs, but they are taxes on consumers hurting american producers. you know, you have this weird cycle here. i think it will be interesting to see if they can get another multibillion bailout for farmers with the democratic controlled house of representatives. are democrats going to stand in the way of that, if it comes to that? that will be an interesting thing. you are right. on the point of it, you know, handing out, on one hand to farmers in multibillion dollar bailout, at the same time, railing on democrats for being socialist is a weird, intellectual place to be. >> you hear from the right wing media supporting the president in this, to criticize the president on trade is to be in bed with the communist chinese. they are crafting it that way. there's no question the u.s. has to get tough with china. the question is, do you do it this way? >> it's fascinating that he is
subsidizing farmers trying to get china to change how it subsidizes the industries. >> good point, too. we have to talk about donald trump, jr. he's going to testify in mid june, behind closed doors. let's put up the parameters of the testimony. five or six topics to discuss. what do you think the republican chairman of this committee, richard b richard burr, what does he want to ask? >> i think he wants to ask him about what he said previously. the reason you have somebody come back after testifying for 20 years, maybe you question some of the things they said before. you know, about the trump tower meeting, et cetera, potentially because of what michael cohen said. this is really interesting. i's most interesting to me, as an example of burr, the republican chairman, sort of forcing the republican
president's son back in. this is the first kind of cracking we have seen of a republican who was sort of not buying the no collusion. there's nothing going on. nothing to see here, argument, publicly, at least. that's key. >> burr, up for re-election and we should point out a source close to don jr. points to earlier testimony he was asked questions previously asked. >> let's look at what is in this abortion bill that gos to the governor's desk. she has six days to sign it. the people who crafted the bill say it was specifically designed to get to the supreme court with the new make up of the court and this is their best chance, yet, of overturning roe v. wade. >> you had the graphic earlier. alabama is not the only state. this is the most restrictive one. the restrictions are outlining abortion. you can imagine, this getting to the supreme court.
the fetal heart beat bills that we have seen in georgia. there's been backlash there. all the bills are with the express intent of challenging roe v. wade now that brett kavanaugh is on the court and challenging what precedence means to the supreme court justices. it won't happen for a couple years, but this is going to be an overriding debate. if you are a democrat and you didn't think that abortion was in danger, this should be your serious wake-up call that, you know, this issue is clearly going to drive elections from now until we figure out what happens. >> zachary wolf. >> nice to see you. >> thanks so much. this story really makes me angry. she went to the hospital after she was raped. that hospital leaked her personal information to her rapist who attacked her again. details ahead.
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the manufacturer's procedures and could not control the boeing 737 max 8 before it crashed. he has driven for lyft. he has driven for uber. he is accused of war crimes. he's been shuttling passengers for 18 months in virginia. he's not been convicted of a crime. a google search shows documents saying he committed atrocities as a military commander in the civil war in the 1980s. >> questions about how thoroughly uber and lyft are screening their drivers. he was confronted with questions but didn't say much. >> do you feel you deserve to live here, sir? do you feel you deserve to live here, sir? >> cnn previously reported uber and lyft approve thousands of
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law enforcement officials as many as 400 people from security ops. a college student mistook his mom for an intruder and beat her to death. charges were filed on him this week. his story of thinking it was an intruder wasn't reasonable since he had been drinking. he has full support of family members calling the incident a horrible accident. a kansas hospital leaked a woman's personal information to her alleged rapist who then attacked her again. the unidentified woman received treatment at the hospital. in a lawsuit, she alleged the hospital betrayed her trust by sharing intimate details about her evaluation with the man who raped her. according to the suit, the same man harassed her and assaulted her again.
the hospital ceo wrote a letter to the patient for concern or difficulty it caused her. >> he will have to write more than a letter. a north carolina lawmaker has won the republican primary in a special congressional election. the ninth district house seat has been open since allegations of fraud. he received more than the necessary 30% vote to avoid a run off. he is going to meet a democrat in the september 10th special election. san francisco is the first u.s. city to ban police and other offices from using facial recognition. the technology popped up everywhere from law enforcement to concerts, homes, schools. it carves out an exception for federally run facilities. it does not prevent private businesses or residents from using facial recognition or
facial technology. visions of zion were dancing in their heads. knicks fans got a harsh reality instead. >> the third pick goes to the new york knicks. >> despite having the worst record in the season, the knicks winding up with the third pick in the nba draft. watch how their fans react. sweet tears of sadness. the grizzlies got the second pick. zion went to the pelicans. they picked up the number one pick. one fan got a zion tattoo that looks like the knicks logo. it looks like my john berman themed tattoo. kidding. silver lining. michael jordan was picked third overall.
there's hope. the draft is just a crash. >> john berman and tattoo don't go together. >> did you see his back piece? it's huge. huge. >> thanks for joining a near total ban of abortion on the verge of becoming law in alabama. >> we'll never get a heartbeat bill until roe v. wade is reversed. >> this is a court ready to overturn a decision made more than 40 years ago. >> we're having a little squabble with china. we have been treated unfairly >> farmers in the midwest have been hit hard. >> he's willing to take risks. nobody wants tariffs. sometimes it is a necessary resort. >> announcer: this is "new day" with alisyn camerota and john berman. >> we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. this is "new day." it is wednesday, may 15, 6:00 in new york. we begin with the nation's most
restrictive abortion bill. it just passed in alabama. the alabama legislature effectively just banned abortion in the state making nearly every abortion a felony punishable by 99 years or life in prison for the doctor. republican backers pushed it forward with one goal -- overturn the ruling on roe v. wade which legalized abortions nationwide in 1973 and gave women the constitutional right to end a pregnancy >> that's the most important takeaway. the law is designed to force a ruling in the supreme court. with the new makeup of the court many analysts believe roe is in jeopar jeopardy. the alabama bill even bans abortions in the case of rape or ince incest. the governor has eight days to sign the bill into law and